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    Default Re: Prime 1 Studio: 1:3 Justice League - Superman

    Quote Originally Posted by M United View Post
    I ordered their Reeve bust and will order their Keaton bust but didn't get this one as i have the 1/2 scale prime 1 statue. They do amazing work and are great people. Did you know there is a video of Cavill holding that bust and looking at it?
    Those both look great too! I simply didn't have room for the Reeve one and to be perfectly honest, I'm not as big of a fan of the original movies. I haven't seen the video. I think I saw a picture though.

    Quote Originally Posted by generalszabo View Post
    Your display looks amazing!

    Are they besta cabinets?
    Thanks. They are PAX cabinets (like Kalel-sonofel [nice name by the way] said). They have the sliding doors on them with custom cut acrylic panels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoosterGold06 View Post
    Those both look great too! I simply didn't have room for the Reeve one and to be perfectly honest, I'm not as big of a fan of the original movies. I haven't seen the video. I think I saw a picture though.



    Thanks. They are PAX cabinets (like Kalel-sonofel [nice name by the way] said). They have the sliding doors on them with custom cut acrylic panels.
    Pax are deeper and a little narrower than besta, correct? Are there any issues with weight limits on pax, like do you reinforce your shelves somehow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by generalszabo View Post
    Pax are deeper and a little narrower than besta, correct? Are there any issues with weight limits on pax, like do you reinforce your shelves somehow?
    Bestas are 15.75 inches deep and 23.625 inches wide.

    PAX are 22.875 inches deep and either 29.5 or 39.25 inches wide.

    I bought these to put under the shelves for reinforcement and to prevent bowing (you can spray paint them black to blend in better...or just get everything in white instead):

    https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/komplem...gray-30256966/


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    That's a great tip, I will defo get those if I go with pax, thanks for the info

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    He finally arrived today and I honestly couldn't be happier. I almost cancelled this due to the early armpit drama but I'm very happy I didn't. The presence this statue has in person is simply amazing.

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    You know my work. One more step and I'll set to work on you!

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    Congrats!

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    Hi everyone!

    I have received the figure with this flaw, you would know how I could glue and fix without damaging the figure?

    Thank You


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    Quote Originally Posted by vadebits View Post
    Hi everyone!

    I have received the figure with this flaw, you would know how I could glue and fix without damaging the figure?

    Thank You

    From the amount of posts I’ve read on the Facebook group, unfortunately that appears to be becoming an common occurrence.

    Supposedly you can heat the area with a hair dryer etc to reactivate the glue and all you have to do is hold it down.

    Prime 1 warns not to use super glues etc as that will damage the fabric. Though I think they also suggested rubber cement etc.

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    some fabric hemming tape will do the trick. Just make sure to buy the kind that doesn't require heat, just pressure. That's what I used on both of my Hot Toys MoS and BvS collars when I repositioned them. Glue can be messy and potentially create the weird white haze

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoosterGold06 View Post
    I ordered this direct from Prime 1 so I'm late to the party, but I finally got him.





    Are those doors on your PAX custom made?

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